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University College UCC aims to represent an internationally acknowledged study and research environment and to be one of the leading international profiles in Denmark regarding knowledge related to the welfare professions covering learning, health oriented, pedagogical and aesthetic dimensions.

In close collaboration with stakeholders UCC strives to develop and qualify professional education and practice and contribute to new knowledge and welfare through internationally oriented educations and research.

We attach great value to international partnerships and network participation. We see our partners as a source of inspiration and innovation in our endeavours to strengthen our educations and our research and development strategies.

UCC invites all universities of applied science, universities, and/or municipalities with an interest in developing, sharing and implementing new knowledge to collaborate on new projects.

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UCC enrolls more than 10.000 full time students and approximately 6000 part time students. Academic staff number more than 600. Currently, bachelor programmes, post-graduate diploma studies and professional development courses are provided at ten locations in the Greater Copenhagen Area.

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